Understanding how the breath impacts your physical, mental and emotional states can give you an edge in competition, training and life.
Club Wolverine, once known for housing Olympic legends such as Michael Phelps and Peter Vanderkaay, is now the home to a different sort of elite training group
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For years its has been known that in running, different distances favor different body types. Sprinters are generally more powerfully…
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Goggles are an essential part of all competitive swimmers equipment but often if the straps are too tight or after an extended period of wearing them they can cause “swim goggle headache”.
The true art of great coaching is being able to, not only develop your swimmers physically, but to also develop them mentally; to understand what makes each of your swimmers tick and how you need to interact with them in order to get the best out of them.
The men and woman of duPont Manual High School Swimming and Diving in Louisville, Kentucky top the 2017-2018 NISCA Scholar Team Award’s list.
Swim England has announced the creation of five new National Swimming Performance Centers aimed at supporting the nation’s emerging talent.
With the collaboration of Stefano Nurra, a video analyst and coach for the Turkish Swimming Federation, the Energy Standard Swim Club,…
A3 Performance is thrilled to welcome NCAA All-American and Big Ten finalist Conner McHugh to the A3 Performance Team.
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It was a Friday morning, so both men and women were working on getting some good power in, in their own ways
The essentials… A simple ladder to close out a workout with quality speed work.
Kieren Perkins was the dominant distance swimmer of the 1990s, with multiple world records and Olympic gold medals to prove it. Here’s the legend’s advice on how swimmers can get mentally tough.